The World Risk Register
The World Risk Register is the core of Sibylline’s Geopolitical Analysis service. It covers political, security, criminal and governance risks. It is complemented by regular client briefings, podcasts and events.
The Cyber Risk Register
We fundamentally see cyber issues as an extension of geopolitical risk and treat cyber threats as simply another vector. Our cyber-service is pitched at a strategic level and is designed to fit cyber issues into the broader context of global risk.
We know there are times where more focused services are required, ranging from single reports to project work. Tailored Analysis is a bespoke service, designed with you to meet your needs and requirements.
The World Risk Register is the core of Sibylline’s Geopolitical Analysis service. It covers political, security, criminal and governance risks.
The World Risk Register is comprised of daily, weekly, monthly and annual analysis, plus regular live briefings, podcasts and webinars that relate to regional and global trends. Your subscription also includes direct 1 to 1 access to our senior analysts.
The Cyber Risk Register offers country-level overviews of the cyber risk environment, providing an overall score and a trend across main risk categories.
A fully customisable offering, the Cyber Risk Register captures tactical developments, delivered through daily reporting and ad-hoc alerting, with a more strategic, horizon scanning view provided through monthly and quarterly products that identify evolving cyber risk trends.
Our Tailored Analysis service allows us to deliver reporting uniquely shaped to our client's intelligence requirements.
The scope, shape and focus of reporting is fully customisable with access to our analysts through an in-person or online briefing, reflecting the service's focus on engagement and consultation with our clients.
Our tailored analysis is charged via Service Credits (roughly equivalent to an hour of chargeable time). We operate either a pre-purchased or on-demand service based on a client’s needs.
Typically, clients will take a mixture of a subscription to the World Risk Register, an annual allocation of pre-purchased credits to cover expected tasks during the year, and have a locked-in rate for additional credits to support any unanticipated project work.